Technical Safety BC (formerly BC Safety Authority) is an independent, self-funded organization that oversees the safe installation and operation of technical systems and equipment across the province. In addition to issuing permits, licences, and certificates, we work with industry to reduce safety risks through assessment, education and outreach, enforcement, and research. Through simplification of our initiatives we promote understanding and engagement, making safety accessible to everyone. As society changes, we create and adopt new ideas, skills, and tools that will enable us to meet the safety challenges of a highly-connected world.
We're always looking for exceptional people to bring new ideas, fresh thinking, and the motivation to help shape the safety system in BC. We are strongly committed to fostering diversity within our community. Technical Safety BC welcomes those who would contribute to further diversifying our organization, as we are an equal opportunity employer.
- We See Genius in Diversity
- We Foster Confidence
- We Make the Complex Simple
- We Adapt
Status: Regular, Full-Time, Union
Pay Rate: $50.11–$58.04
Reports to: Leader, Engineering
- Providing technical engineering analysis, design, and accountability to complex and novel designs from engineering design submissions, and to share this knowledge through presentations and public information reports or bulletins.
- Partner with industry professionals who are involved in regulated pressure equipment, electrical systems, gas systems, amusement rides, and elevating systems to identify and uncover potential engineering risks and hazards, and drive the improvement of Technical Safety BC’s engineering knowledge.
- Provide guidance to Technical Safety BC Incident Investigations, Engineering team, and stakeholders on client design challenges and failure analysis by providing professional assessments and engineering expertise to incident investigations.
- In collaboration with Leader, Engineering, develop an engineering career development program for the department/team, including mentoring, knowledge transfer, succession planning, and diverse skill development for Engineers in Training.
- In collaboration with the Leader, Engineering, support implementation of Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Organizational Quality Management (OQM) Guidelines by representing Technical Safety BC as branch OQM Lead, conducting training, and performing internal OQM auditing.
- Qualified professional engineer (P.Eng.) as defined by Engineers and Geoscientists BC and must be registered as a professional engineer in good standing or in another Canadian engineering association with ability to obtain licence with Engineers and Geoscientists BC.
- Recognized degree in a field of engineering or applied science with minimum 7 years direct experience as a professional engineer
- Experience identifying design flaws or complex technical information and communicating engineering analysis to determine root causes and mitigations into meaningful recommendations.
- Skilled to apply the principles of engineering in the areas of condition assessment, design, construction, and maintenance.
- Ability to work in a multi-discipline engineering team environment and a diverse makeup of field-based staff, equipment, and facilities.
- Knowledge of reliability engineering methods or tools to assess the consequences and risks associated with potentially catastrophic events, would be an asset.
- Familiarity in either structural design, pressure equipment, electro-mechanical, or chemical processes would be considered an asset.